SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:1 Â¶ Mas los hijos de Israel volvieron a hacer lo malo en ojos del SEÑOR, después de la muerte de Aod.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Judges 4:1 Verse 1. When Ehud was dead.] Why not when Shamgar was dead? Does this not intimate that Shamgar was not reckoned in the number of the judges?
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. And the children of Israel again did evil in the sight of the Lord , etc.] Which was the fruit and effect of the long rest and peace they enjoyed; and which is often the case of a people favoured with peace, plenty, and prosperity, who are apt to abuse their mercies, and forget God, the author and giver of them; and the principal evil, though not expressed, was idolatry, worshipping Baalim, the gods of the nations about them; though it is highly probable they were guilty of other sins, which they indulged in the times of their peace and prosperity: when Ehud was dead ; Shamgar is not mentioned, because his time of judging Israel was short, and the people were not reformed in his time, but fell into sin as soon as Ehud was dead, and continued. Some choose to render the words, “for Ehud was dead” f77 , who had been, the instrument of reforming them, and of preserving them from idolatry, but he being dead, they fell into it again; and the particle “vau” is often to be taken in this sense, of which Noldius gives many instances.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-3 - The land had rest for eighty years, which should have confirmed them in their religion; but it made them secure, and indulge their lusts. Thu the prosperity of fools destroys them. Jabin and his general Sisera mightily oppressed Israel. This enemy was nearer than any of the former. Israel cried unto the Lord, when distress drove them to him and they saw no other way of relief. Those who slight God in prosperity, will find themselves under a necessity of seeking him in trouble.
Original Hebrew ויספו 3254 בני 1121 ישׂראל 3478 לעשׂות 6213 הרע 7451 בעיני 5869 יהוה 3068 ואהוד 164 מת׃ 4191